Studio Art: Sculpture, BFA


The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art with a concentration in Sculpture is a professional degree intended to prepare art students for specialized careers in the field of sculpture.  Students will use the creative process to produce works reflecting personal expression for public display.  They will demonstrate correct usage of tools and techniques as these apply to their individual sculptural direction.  Students will gain competence and skill in utilizing sculpture materials, and in critical analysis of the aesthetic values of their work based on techniques, creative expression and historical influences.  

Admission to the Sculpture Program

Students seeking admission to this program must present a portfolio, be interviewed by a member of the Keystone College Division of Fine Arts, and have a high school art teacher’s recommendation. Transfer students must present a portfolio, be interviewed by a member of the Keystone College Division of Fine Arts and have obtained a 3.00 cumulative grade point average in studio art courses prior to formal admission to the program.

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